RE: PC Users Help in AIDS Research

Harnessing the power of millions of personal computers around the world, FightAIDS@Home is the first biomedical distributed computing project ever launched. The project is run by Olson Laboratory at The Scripps Research Institute. To help, all you have to do is download a program which uses the drug design software AutoDock and runs “in the background” to process information. The computations are then sent back to the institute, all ready for the researchers to analyze. Join today and make a difference. Via Reuters

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